March 30, 2015 Subject:
First, my on-going campaign for a box set of the acoustic runs - it needs to be done.
Second, Bertha > Greatest Story or Bertha > Good Lovin'. Discuss.
October 2, 2014 Subject:
Evan......I love your posts....but
YOU obiously were not at Boreal...
This show on the other hand...for those of us who got to see any of the warfield, radio city, or new orleans show of this tour...
We were and are still, very lucky....
October 2, 2012 Subject:
It Must Have Been The Roses
After 2 acoustic versions, here's an electric one. Good sound, nice it's altogether in one url. Thanks Charlie!
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt
July 4, 2011 Subject:
In My Playback System
The bass is way overdriven and almost to the point of distraction, yet Jerry's guitar cuts heads alla way thru. One may wish to adjust the bass flat in EQ.
All in all an excellent performance and a marbelous attempt at conjoining plastic with metal. The band was pouring new wine into old skins and the skins held.
What can I now totally admit?
I can totally admit that there was never any such thing as a bad Grateful Dead performance. Lord knows I attended enuff of 'em o'er the fledgling years. Some of them I thot bad. Then I listened to these shows on the Archives.org and definitely decided that there was never any such thing as a bad Grateful Dead show. No matter what, just as I myself would have, they always gave it everything they had no matter what.
I encourage you who may have ears to hear to contribute monetarily to Archives.org. I do. Spare yourselves the honor of donating 10 bucks to keep this music alive.